Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) is the largest social housing provider in Canada and the second-largest in North America. The City corporation owns and manages approximately 60,000 rental housing units in over 2,100 buildings across Toronto.
TCHC’s mandate is to provide clean, safe, secure homes in a state of good repair to low and moderate-income households, including seniors, families, singles, refugees, recent immigrants to Canada and people with special needs.
In support of its mandate, TCHC engages in the following business activities:
Read TCHC’s latest Strategic Plan (2019 – 2022) which sets the direction and business activities for TCHC.
TCHC is incorporated under the Business Corporations Act with the City of Toronto as its sole shareholder.
A Council-approved Shareholder Direction sets out the City’s expectations and objectives for the Corporation, TCH’s mandate and responsibilities, the relationship between the TCHC and the City and other governance matters. TCHC’s operations are governed by an operating agreement with the City that is managed by Shelter, Support and Housing Administration Division acting as the service manager on behalf of the City under the Housing Services Act, 2011.
TCHC’s Board of Directors (TCHC Board) supervises the management of the Corporation’s business and affairs. The TCHC Board consists of 12 members appointed by City Council. It comprises nine public members, two of whom are tenants, appointed through the City’s Public Appointments process and three City Council members, one of whom is the Mayor or Council member-designate. The Board Chair is appointed by City Council and the Vice-Chair is elected by the Board members from among its members.
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